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Strong’s aman number

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Edmonton, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landscape, Music, Outdoors, Photowalking, Reflection, Words of music on 2017/02/05 at 05:00

According to Buddha

You should not be carried away by the dictation of the mind, but the mind should be carried by your dictation.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

time, time, time see what’s become of me
while i looked around for my possibilities
i was so hard to please
but look around leaves are brown
and the sky is a hazy shade of winter

***

Mill Creek Ravine, Edmonton Alberta ~ 2017

  1. Something about the picture of the dog really caught my eye. I think it’s the fact that his face is so expressive.

  2. Beautiful landscapes and pictures. I like the black dog on the white snow. He is fantastic.

  3. I hope the poor dog is not frozen yet. He looks like me in winter 🙂
    Excellent photos, Hedy.

  4. Incredible photos, wow, snow, ice, and more snow
    The dog is precious (is he yours?)
    Stay warm dear friend

    • thank you Eddie 😀 …yes we had fog and frost…and now more cold…but it’s winter and it’s Alberta 😀 and yes she is one of mutts…she is my protector 😀 have a beautiful day dear friend ~ hedy

  5. Soulful dog. Love him.

    • oh yes BIG soul…she is also tough…she is recovering from have a rabies vaccine…which just about killed her…but her soul is strong and she is pulling through…i love her too 😀 have a beautiful day Penny ~ smiles hedy 😀

  6. That is one guilty looking dog. And he knows it. Nice photos! 🐾

    • yup you know it Steve…she was pulling out her inner rascal again…and i was telling her she was going to acupuncture…as we heal her from the vaccine damage…i’ve learned more about that now too! Dogs teach me a lot about life…you know! many smiles ~ hedy 😀

  7. That should teach you to finish a series with such an outstanding image of your pet. I do like it very much myself but I also like your cool series of winter images. Cool in both meanings. Did you change the orientation of #2? I like that one. One broken, one standing with all its power in the background. I like your winter images, Hedy! But I have to admit: your black beauty is winning the price! Smiles. Reinhold

    • yes it was a perfect walk…well behaved dogs and being outside in a room without a roof…is always the best for me…no #2 i just went underneath…i love trees too 😀 thank you Reinhold i am humbled as i respect your photography and continue to learn more along the way…have a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 😀

  8. The dog image is great. Things look fresh there, Hedy. I hope you are staying warm. Cheers

  9. “a hazy shade of winter” — yes! that describes it exactly. I am always so grateful when someone manages to capture a large sensation in just a few words

  10. Wow. Great post and your beautiful dog has a wonderful playful spirit!

  11. Wonderful photos, I especially like the last of your dog. It looks like something caught her eye. Man I haven’t heard this song in decades, thanks for sharing it.

  12. sure looks cold… but so beautiful in your photos!!

  13. Your dog steals the show though the other pictures are great. She looks so sad and soulful. Just want to hug her. Hope she is okay.

    • you are right Ellen she has a sad look and she has a soulful spirit…I think more happiness will emerge once she’s feeling like her old self…she’s a tough mutt ☺ she’ll take your hug 🤗 have a happy day ~ smiles Hedy

  14. You captured the humid cold so well! Brrr! The frosty trees are incredibly gorgeous–it’s worth going out there! (I’m out with my critters in the cold too–we all need it.) Stunning images–I love the frost covered pup at the end. What a face! ❤

  15. Wonderful! And nice to see a bit of blue steel.

  16. the dog beard gets me….but they are all fabulous.
    I really like no. 5

  17. Your sweet doggie has a wonderfully inquiring, no, rather thoughtful look. I love him/her! Lovely photography.

  18. a happy re
    minder
    for my
    mind 🙂

  19. i love these hazy winter skies, like a gigantic cold soft box

    • ahhh yes and i know what a soft box is now too 😀 went to a car garage…there is where i saw the largest soft box and also learned it is not called a light box 😉 everyday i learn something new along the way…have a happy day Fernan 🙂 smiles hedy…here is Darren Greenwood Photography…very cool to me…http://www.dgphotographics.com/

  20. I love the wintery photos. No snow where I come from.
    Time… see what’s become of me…
    That is something I think about a lot. How different life turned out to what I envisioned in my dreams. Have a great day Hedy.

    • it’s a fresh -30ish here today Pixelpoet :-D…bright sunshine and blue blue sky…and yes time time time…i too think about this a lot these days…life is has lots of waves…sometimes a tsunami…i work to stay in the moment and now…i believe i know those feelings too…so yes compose a great day…happy writing ~ smiles hedy 😀

  21. Such a great puzzled look on the dog’s face…fits so well with the sense of “lost in dictation”

  22. That doggo looks cold! Dogs are so funny sometimes. 💕Thanks for visiting my blog…😁

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